Grateful Dead Live at Dillon Stadium on 1974-07-31
Scarlet Begonias, Me And My Uncle, Brown Eyed Women, Beat It On Down The Line, Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo -> It Must Have Been The Roses, Mexicali Blues, Row Jimmy, Jack Straw, China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider, Around And Around
Bertha, Big River, Eyes Of The World -> China Doll, Promised Land, Ship of Fools, Weather Report Suite Prelude -> Weather Report Suite Part 1-> Let It Grow
El Paso, Ramble On Rose, Greatest Story Ever Told, To Lay Me Down, Truckin' -> Mind Left Body Jam -> Spanish Jam -> Wharf Rat -> U.S. Blues, One More Saturday Night, E: Uncle John's Band
Phil & Ned between sets 2 & 3
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Dillon StadiumLocation Hartford, CTSource SBD + AUD Matrix 2 Source Mix(45%-SBD/55%-AUD) SBD (shnid = 32353) Recording Info: SBD -> Master Reel (7inch @ 7.5ips 1/2 Track) -> Dat -> CD Transfer Info: CD -> EAC -> Samplitude Professional v7.02 -> FLAC and AUD (shnid = 115499) source: aud 1st gen reel; master taped by Jim Anderson;Lineage aud>binaural mics*on dumby head>sony tc-152 cassette master>playback on same tc-152>Teac A4010 SL 7" reel to reel @ 7.5 ips>cdr>eac>flac - matrix mixing by Kevin TobinTransferred by Kevin Tobin
(shnid = 115499)
source: aud 1st gen reel
Alan Bershaw's copy
master taped by Jim Anderson
lineage: aud>binaural mics*on dummy head>sony tc-152 cassette master>
playback on same tc-152>Teac A4010 SL 7" reel to reel @ 7.5 ips>
reel transfer by Alan Bershaw
seed by Rob Berger 2011-08-03
(shnid = 32353)
CD -> EAC -> Samplitude Professional v7.02 -> FLAC
Transferred and Edited By Charlie Miller
February 9, 2006
- Mixed by email@example.com
- FLAC conversion 03-MAR-2010
Multitrack Mixdown Settings
1) Between Scarlet Begonias and Me And My Uncle, 17.969 seconds were missing from the Audience source and was filled in with audio from the Soundboard source. This included first notes of Me And My Uncle.
2) Between It Must Have Been The Roses and Mexicali Blues, 25.101 seconds were missing from the Audience source and was filled in with audio from the Soundboard source. This included first notes of Mexicali Blues.
3) Matrix\DTS were synced using the Audience as a reference. The sbd was running slightly slow for disk 1, slower for disk 2, changing to slightly faster for disk 3 and then faster for disk 4.
Brokedown House Production
July 31, 2013
Excellent wall of sound gorgeousness - this 'trix may have you wincing at the continual clapping, but it isn't that bad, and the band sounds like they're right.....over.....your head! What a cool sound this board offers - i have heard this classic in a few different forms and will probably be sticking with this one from now on.
While the audience here is relatively innocuous and cutey-fun, this dude does NOT abide the ingrate yelling at Phil & Ned to get off the stage during Seastones; someone get that guy a "drink".
December 12, 2012
a wicked good show!!
That's what we say in CT, a wicked good show and a wicked good matrix mix, five stars no doubt!! I have friends that were at this show, hi Hig, and now I feel like I was there too. Thanks Kevin for mixing and posting, and of course the GD for their enlightened live music sharing policy that has enriched my life so greatly.
November 30, 2012
Wonderful Recording, Truckin’> MLB jam> Spanish jam> Wharf
Wow, great matrix that might just supplant the soundboard copy in my collection.
Awesome show all-around, but special props for the Truckin’> MLB jam> Spanish jam> Wharf
There’s something special about this version that’s apparent from the very start—like Jerry’s toast had a little extra butter on it tonight. The band sounds very loose, and they do go off the rails a bit during the crescendo jam, but all’s well that ends well, and that’s exactly what happens here, with some really funky jams that go off in all sorts of directions before finally settling into MLB jam. Whatever Jerry took that night, I want some. Must-hear material.
September 14, 2012
This is an really nice matrix. The soundboard was good the aud. was good, but mix them together, and you somehow gets this. This is, to me, a perfect matrix for 74 Dead. I cant quite describe why I like the sound of this so much, but give it a listen and see if it doesnt transport you back to 74 like it does me.
September 9, 2012
Hip, hip, hooray for Wall of Sound Matrix's!!!
Always a great day when another 74 Matrix makes its way onto the scene. I've only listened to a few snippets of this version thus far, but it seems to capture that great 74 sound and it's outdoors which is rare. I don't there is another one out there besides 5-25-74.
Kudos to Kevin and lets hope there's more where that came, 5-19-74, 6-28-74, 8-5-74 and 8-6-74 perhaps? :^)